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------- Comment #5 from Tim-Philipp Müller 2007-09-04 09:17 UTC -------
> b) The remaining element from the filter plugin, iir, is completely broken
> (simply segfaults for me) and it's IMHO not very useful at all, even if it
> works. There seems to be no interest in fixing the element and nobody seems to
> care about it at all.
Not that it really matters for the move (if we don't guarantee stability or API
stability for elements in -bad in any way, I don't see why we can't rename
plugins, rename elements, move elements around or even move only some elements
to -good and leave some in -bad), or that I care about this element at all,
but: someone did care about it enough to port it to GStreamer-0.10 at some
point, and probably used it for something, so it seems a bit bold to me to
claim that no one cares about it (it doesn't seem to crash for me, FWIW;
whether it's useful or not, I don't know).
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